Wednesday, January 27, 2010

New necklace pics: A lovely end to a great day

Yesterday I had the one of the most inspirational,positive & productive days I have had in a while. The only downside was I did not make any jewelry for the day but just before turning in for the night I managed to come up with this unique & funky beyond belief! ethnic/ steampunk flavored necklace.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Just finished! The Slice of Soul Bracelet

Slice of Soul Bracelet~
Make a statement with this bold & beautiful chain bracelet!
Featuring a unique hammered brass & huge fuchsia/magenta gemstone & Egyptian ankh charm.
(also available without charm)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Glow Girl Artist Spotlight on Lunaversoul

Have you ever found something so unique and pretty you wanted to keep it allllllllllllll to yourself? This is how I feel about this extraordinary artist and jewelry maker Lunaversoul. To be quite honest, I really can't recall how I found her and thebeautiful, drop dead gorgeous jewelry she makes. All I know is I found it and I'mHOOKED. Now it wouldn't have been very fair to keep this treasure all to myself. CJ, the artist, has a vast collection of some of the most exquisite one of a kind pieces. I'm so thrilled to be the owner of the Azucar Earrings and Jaguar Ring! Check out
the pics!

The earrings are light weight and just about shoulder length. I love the contrast of the bright hot pink feathers against the green peacock pattern. It's so three dimensional! The ring has a nice weight to it but not so heavy it's cumbersome. The hammered ring opening is adjustable! You can wear it on virtually any finger! (I think it looks best as a middle or index finger ring) The ring made up of two Agate stones with a Jaguar elegantly placed at the top. This ring is definitely a conversation piece. The ring is quite delicate, so you don't want to be caught in a scuffle or in an environment where it could be battered and bruised.

Photo: Courtesy of Lunaversoul

Photo: Courtesy of Lunaversoul

The Lunaversoul collection is absolutely flawless, timeless and captivating. Looking at the catalog is like virtually walking through an exhibit. The time and effort shows with the handmade pieces. I can't get enough of perusing through the pictures and soaking in the raw natural talent and beauty of both the artist and the jewelry. Somehow CJ has the ability to create the perfect balance without going overboard or not pushing the envelope enough. Everything is everyday wear and can easily and effortlessly transition to evening and prestigious event wear. The use of bright and vibrant colors and materials like embossed leather and hammered brass is edgy yet the design is delicate and resplendent. With a price range of $25-$75+ you're destined to find something affordable, quite complimenting and utterly amazing to add to your jewelry collection. With the budding artist becoming quite the eye-catching phenom (and being eyed by retailers) snap up something lovely for yourself before she hits it big time so you can brag to everyone you know you have a one of a kind while everyone else is late and running behind! I'm excited to see more from her in 2010!

If you like to learn more about Lunaversoul please visit If you are itching to spend some money (and it's WELL WORTH IT) visit the store (Tell her Martini sent you!)

Monday, January 4, 2010

New items for 2010

January Updates..well kind of...

I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! 2010 is off to a great start & already there are many exciting happenings in the works for Lunaversoul that I will be sharing with you all soon.
One of which will be a project with myself & Stacey Avian Robinson, a very good friend of mine & one of my most favorite artists. My jewelry will be featured in an upcoming series, No title yet but here is a short section from Stacey as well a couple works in progress from his Noir Love piece. Ill have more on this project at a later date but in the mean time you can see more of his amazing artwork at the following link & to subscribe to his blog.

Noir Love By: Stacey Avian Robinson

A "Peace" in a series of Black love joints I'm working on to celebrate Black love. Advertising, media, and pop culture are in constant fear of Black people marrying and procreating...of course I'm going to say something about this through my art.

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